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... to the border. Only to be driving down the road to a closed border crossing! Not sure what was going on but we had to turn around and find another way in. Luckily it wasn't too far back. As we had changed route we also changed destination, so we were now on our way to a town called Novi Sad. We parked at a camp site outside of town- quiet, rural, over-priced, and will head into town tomorrow.
... seen water fall from the sky since May, I think. There is was, falling from the sky. We fell back to sleep and decided to wait and see how the day would turn out.
We were in luck once we woke up again and the sun was coming out, but it was MUCH cooler than the previous day. We found the local bus and waited. The last stop was where we would get off. Sremski Karlovci is on the corner of Fruška Gora and a gateway to some ...
We had a wonderful day and all agreed we have to come back here one day. Junko and Hiro envisioned themselves being chauffeured in taxi while Dave and I saw ourselves possibly on motorcycle on our return trip here. Time will tell.
Local Serbian White Wine
When we came down to the garden for dinner, we were surprised to see Junko and Hiro already there and behind a glass of wine. They are not big ...
June 14, 2013
Backa Palanka to Novi Sad, 48 km, total 1742 km
26 C & Sunny
Hotel Tal Centar, Double 4600 RSD, $53.86/€42, breakfast included
Started the Day on a Busy Highway
Under blue skies, we set off out of Backa Palanka town. We were on the main 2-lane highway for the first 9 km. The road surface was pretty decent, only occasional potholes. This is the route to ...
... cash register from Vienna. We tasted some wine from the Durdic winery at their restaurant in the town square. The winery is 2k, west of the town. Vines were brought to this region in the 3rd century by a roman emperor.
In Serbia students go to a gymnsium for high school if they want to follow on to university. They go to a high school to prepare for a trade. The student picks their desired stream when they are 13-14 years old. ...